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PLAYlist 42: Undo

Jul 09, 2019 By Austin Trunick

Quantum Leap-like experience in a tiny box.  More

Reissued and Revisited: Ace of Cups

Jul 03, 2019 By Frank Valish

Recently reunited San Francisco band Ace of Cups has nine of its original '60s recordings put to vinyl, and to stunning result. 



Trumpville, USA

Jun 26, 2019 By Steve King

This is an Address from NPR: Nationalist Private Radio. No transcription of this broadcast will be made, as the Ministry of Labor has liquidated the Ministry of Education and reading has been outlawed. If you are able to read this, troops will be dispatched from the Ohio battlefront to arrest you immediately. More

PLAYlist 41: Gizmos

Jun 21, 2019 By Austin Trunick

Can you concoct the kookiest contraption at the Great Science Fair? More

Off-White CEO & Kanye West Collaborator Virgil Abloh Secures First Major Art Exhibition

Jun 10, 2019 By Joshua Mellin

Virgil Abloh is best known as CEO of Milan-based fashion label Off-White, more recently the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's wear collection and perhaps most of all as frequent collaborator of rapper Kanye West. More

PLAYlist 40: Imhotep & A New Dynasty expansion

Jun 05, 2019 By Austin Trunick

We catch up on Imhotep, an acclaimed game of sailin’ ships and buildin’ temples, and its new expansion.  More

Anderson Paak & The Free Nationals Light Up The Chicago Lakefront

Jun 04, 2019 By Joshua Mellin

Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals "'BEST TEEF IN THE GAME TOUR" made its way to the Chicago lakefront at Huntington Bank Pavilion this Tuesday. More

Vince Staples Kicks Off House of Vans Summer Series in Chicago

Jun 01, 2019 By Joshua Mellin

The North Long Beach, California, rapper opened the Fulton Market venue's concert series.  More

Lil Rap Column: Megan Thee Stallion and Slowthai

May 23, 2019 By Conrad Duncan

Megan Thee Stallion and Slowthai do not immediately appear to share much in common. One produces feverish southern sex bangers, while the other explores British nationalism and working class identity. Yet, beyond their distinct contexts, both their debuts succeed for the same reason. More